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Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 32 total posts (Page 1 of 2) 01 02 Next Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Reply Tina Sieber May 2, 2013 at 8:14 am Most welcome Nevzat. Authorentreri283 years ago from Joplin, MOCarla,Try to shut down any programs you are not using. panic+0x193/0x1d7RIP: fffffff810b0837 cpuacct_charge+0x27CR2: fffffff68d5b6470Could you please send me answer to my internetcourrier.att.

It's from dell. It could be your operating system, because there's a maximum amount of memory that a Windows-based operating system (OS) can accept. By lunch time, websites take minutes to load and local programs run at a snail's pace. When I put the new 512 stick in I have the same problem as Ali, the monitor doesn't work.

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My mobo has worked just fine for 3 years, any problem just started with this new stick of RAM. Refer to for the AM3/AM2+ CPU models.*Due to OS limitation, when installing total memory of 4GB capacity or more, Windows 32-bit operation system may only recognize less than 3GB. You can assess how much information is written to virtual memory using the Performance Monitor. Be sure to always keep your drivers up to date.

You will get a prompt and select Safe Mode with Networking so you can access the internet to get the new drivers.Kim,I would call Dell tech support. I am able to work the computer for 1 -2 hours or so normally but after that it keeps giving me problems. Thanks so much! i dono anything abt pc at that times, service center man just told there my hdd is corrupted and that's the problem.

But removed the original manufacturers 256 and put in 2 x 1Mb. O I also upgraded to windows 7 professional durring all this. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 22, 2010 10:25 PM PST In reply to: XP recognising new RAM stick It is not XP, it's not what you think and no change in time to pull out the big guns .

If you have had good (or even terribly bad!) experiences with certain manufacturers, tell us about them in the comments. I have also worked in technical support and repair roles for various companies. The problem started within 1 day itself. Looking around, many can't get to 2GB.'s not all of those.

the problem for some stupid reason was the pc133. Both thought the RAM should run in this system.Mobo specs page ( I suspected the hard drive had crashed, which he confirmed. This type of gradual deterioration of PC performance, especially with memory-intensive programs, may be caused by a RAM problem.

I have followed the link. Again tyvm . thenafter I inserted the new RAM again and it showed the same symptoms. i have a amd pc & i know it have a overheating prob.

The RAM may or may not be faulty. Not from the computer that had the virus . Do this at your own risk!

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View Solution. It is, however, best practice to stay grounded the entire time and not remove your parts and install them on a separate surface. Installing RAM on these risers, with the parts removed, was more Just remember your PC may look more similar to the first examples, rather than this one. Reply Nikita April 30, 2013 at 9:34 pm Thank you for the article!

So I put both sticks in and looked up my bios. says the mobo can take the following:2 x DIMM, Max. 8 GB, DDR2 1200(O.C.)/1066*/800/667 ECC,Non-ECC,Un-buffered MemoryDual Channel memory architecture*DDR2 1200(O.C.)/1066 is supported by AM3/AM2+ CPU only. My BIOS and drivers are all up to date. Alternatively, you can click on Computer, right-click the drive you intend to scan, click Properties, then the Tools tab, and click Check now.

Reply 0 Re: I am having problem with adding another RAM 11-29-2016 06:06 AM Hi,32 BIT Operating systems can onlyuse maximum of 4GB of RAMWIN 10Operating System will use upto 1GB You can enter the BIOS before you boot into Windows to check whether the RAM was recognized and whether there are any additional options you can enable. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I'm not sue what you are referring to by alidickson / February 23, 2006 11:00 PM PST In reply to: 2nd stick RAM If your memory is a weak point, either due to a fault or just having too little, your computer may slow down.If your computer becomes slower as the day goes on,

He stated:1.) The ram stick is the recommended one from Crucial.com2.)The stick did not work before he broke the clip when both sticks were in place3.)Both sticks will work *INDEPENDANTLY* in Ok I googled the problem and read that in some cases it can live through a format and still be on the hard drive. RAM is used to temporarily store information of running processes and tasks. We get multiple calls about memory not working when the computer just needs to be plugged in!

I take new stick out and put old stick in and all is fine.